Monroe never caught anybody off guard. Playing for Clarence “Big House” Gaines, he averaged 41.5 points per game and led Winston-Salem State to the Division II title in 1967.
“The Class of 2012 has incredible roots in college basketball,” Minton said. “This group of coaches, players and contributors will no doubt bring back memories of national championships, all-American performances and the tremendous growth of the sport throughout the years.”
The first class was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2006, and the newest class will be enshrined on Nov. 18 as part of an annual college hoops celebration in Kansas City.
The following night at the Sprint Center, Kansas, Saint Louis, Texas A&M and Washington State will play semifinal games in the CBE Classic, with the winners advancing to the title game.
“It’s a great privilege, it’s a great honor and I’m just overwhelmed with this event, and what it means to me to be included,” Hall said. “No one is more appreciative than I am.”
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